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Lawsuit dropped against former Oak Creek mayor

Rodeman claims town should have paid for ambulance ride after Taser incident

Former Oak Creek Mayor Kathy “Cargo” Rodeman will not have to pay for the ambulance that took her to the hospital after she was shocked with a Taser by an Oak Creek police officer in July 2008.

Lawsuit between Oak Creek, ex-mayor settled

Kathy “Cargo” Rodeman will receive $25,000 from the town

Kathy “Cargo” Rodeman and the town of Oak Creek settled for $25,000. Rodeman filed the suit in response to her 2008 arrest by former Oak Creek police officer Erik Foster, who entered her home and stunned her with his Taser. The town admits no wrongful conduct in the settlement.

Judge rules in favor of officer in Rodeman case

Facts of Rodeman case still to be determined at April trial

A U.S. District Court judge ruled Wednesday that former Oak Creek Police Department officer Erik Foster didn’t use excessive force when he used a Taser to subdue the town’s former mayor, Kathy “Cargo” Rode­­man, during a 2008 arrest.

Judge says Rodeman impeding court case

Former Oak Creek mayor ordered to pay for some costs in lawsuit delay

Former Oak Creek Mayor Kathy “Cargo” Rodeman took a $5,500 hit in court after a judge ruled that she “continued to frustrate and impede the discovery process” in her lawsuit against the town of Oak Creek and former police officer Erik Foster.

Rodeman lawsuit pared down

Town of Oak Creek mostly removed from suit stemming from 2008 Taser incident

A U.S. District Court judge dismissed most of the claims made against the town of Oak Creek by former mayor Kathy “Cargo” Rodeman in an ongoing civil case stemming from Rodeman’s controversial July 2008 arrest.

Oak Creek Town Board takes on Rodeman case

Former mayor sued after reported stun during arrest

The Oak Creek Town Board will meet with insurance lawyers in executive session today to discuss the ongoing lawsuit with former mayor Kathy “Cargo” Rodeman. Rodeman was arrested in July 2008 on suspicion of driving under the influence. Rodeman sued the town and two of its former officers.

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Rodeman charges dropped

Former Oak Creek mayor plans civil suit against town

The District Attorney's Office dropped all charges Wednesday against former Oak Creek mayor Kathy "Cargo" Rodeman, who was arrested July 19 in an incident that eventually led to her being stunned with a Taser in her home.


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